Apple Inc. unveiled a variety of new iPhone 14 models that include crash-detection technology, an adventure-focused crash-detection technology, and the ability to send a request for help through satellite in an emergency.
The iPhone 14 models will put Apple’s capacity to extract money from its comparatively wealthy client base to the test; although they have continued to spend despite growing inflation, they are not immune to a deteriorating economy. It said that users would occasionally be able to communicate their position via satellite via its FindMy app when there is no other connectivity. Beginning on September 9, pre-orders for the iPhone 14 and iPhone Plus will be accepted.
The price for the iPhone 14 starts at $799 and $899, respectively. The new Series 8 watch, according to Apple, contains a temperature sensor that will interact with the company’s previously disclosed cycle tracking software. According to analysts, Apple might showcase a mixed reality headset on Wednesday. Project Cambria, a competing headset, is being developed by Meta Platforms Inc.